Voting for USA Swimming’s Golden Goggle Awards has been open for just over a week now, and the front-runners are starting to become clear. One race that isn’t so clear, though, is Male Race of the Year, where surprise leader Connor Jaeger sits above Michael Phelps, Ryan Lochte and Jordan Wilimovsky.
Based on SwimSwam’s votes, Katie Ledecky should be coming home from the Golden Goggles Awards with some new pieces of shiny eye-wear after another season in which she was basically unbeatable internationally.
With 291 days remaining before the start of the 2016 US Olympic Team Trials and 330 days before the opening ceremonies of the 2016 Rio Olympic Games, USA Swimming has officially named the 2016 US Olympic staff.
Bob Bowman traded in his NBAC red for Arizona State maroon this month as he officially made the move to Tempe, Arizona.
Training partners and best buds, Michael Phelps and Allison Schmitt, discuss their unique friendship and what’s in store for the upcoming year.
After a top notch showing by the American women at the 2015 Pan American Games in Toronto, a question was raised as to whether the worlds team would be able to better their relay results, and after both competitions have concluded, the Pan Am team is still on top.
Jacob Pebley was crowned National Champion in men’s 200m backstroke on Day Five of U.S. National Championships in San Antonio, Texas.
Michael Phelps will contest his fourth final –the 200m breast– on Day Five of 2015 U.S. National Championships in San Antonio, Texas.
In that men’s 200 breast, we’ll see Michael Phelps. After a stellar meet, putting up the world’s fastest times in the 100 fly, 200 fly, and 200 I.M., it should be fun to watch him challenge an off event.
Coming off a strong performance in the 200 IM on day 4, 2015 NCAA champion Will Licon will look to hunt down a national title on day 5 in the 200 breast
Michael Phelps is once again the fastest butterflier in the world, having posted the #1 times in the 200 and now the 100 distances at U.S. Nationals.
Michael Phelps of North Baltimore blew away the field, and indeed the rest of the world, with his 1:52.94 win in the men’s 200 fly on Day Two of U.S. Nationals.
Defending Olympic champion and American record holder Allison Schmitt came through with her first US National Championship title since the 2012 Olympic Trials.
Relive the thrill of Michael Phelps’ 1:52.94 in the 200 fly, as well as the rest of Day Two’s finals from U.S. Nationals in San Antonio, Texas.